Saturday, August 7, 2010


i am back from my little road trip, it was a good break away from my work, but now its back to the grinding stone.

when i was in calgary i did manage to get a few more things i wanted, like and AT power supply witch did not seem to work but the idea was there. , a couple of smaller fans, some 4 mm wing nuts, and a piece of 4mm ready rod. 

but i did put my multi meter on it, and it puts out a little over 10v on the 12v line. so i will have to take it apart and see if i can find the cause of this issue, i thought the idea of using an AT PSU would save me some trouble.

1 comment:

  1. You will need to put a dummy load on the 5V rail to get the 12V to be the correct voltage.